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Ryu ga Gotoku Studio, the team behind the Yakuza series, unveiled its brand new game called Judge Eyes during a pre-Tokyo Game Show event.

Judge Eyes (or Project Judge as it will be known in the West) is a narrative-driven action-adventure that sees players investigating a string of murders as a lawyer. Watch the announcement trailer below:

The developer also released a debut gameplay trailer that shows the lead character locating a suspect, trailing him, and finally chasing him down using quick-time events. As you can see from the footage, the battle system is very reminiscent of Yakuza, but with a few tweaks, such as being able to launch off walls and objects.

The game is scheduled to launch in Japan on December 13th, with a Western release set for sometime during 2019. A demo is available to download right now from the Japanese PlayStation Store.

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Yakuza developer announces Judge Eyes

Judge Eyes is the next game from the studio behind the Yakuza series.

By Matthew Bennett | 09/10/2018 06:15 AM PT | Updated 09/10/2018 08:16 AM PT

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Ryu ga Gotoku Studio, the team behind the Yakuza series, unveiled its brand new game called Judge Eyes during a pre-Tokyo Game Show event.

Judge Eyes (or Project Judge as it will be known in the West) is a narrative-driven action-adventure that sees players investigating a string of murders as a lawyer. Watch the announcement trailer below:

The developer also released a debut gameplay trailer that shows the lead character locating a suspect, trailing him, and finally chasing him down using quick-time events. As you can see from the footage, the battle system is very reminiscent of Yakuza, but with a few tweaks, such as being able to launch off walls and objects.

The game is scheduled to launch in Japan on December 13th, with a Western release set for sometime during 2019. A demo is available to download right now from the Japanese PlayStation Store.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89